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Isabella Ochichi

Isabella Ochichi, Kenya  Competed in Hawaii at the 2014 Hapalua – Hawaii’s Half Marathon (1:10:24) 1 x Olympic Games Silver medalist (5000m in Athens, 2004) Lives in Ngong, Kenya (2,000m above sea level) DOB: October 29, 1979 Personal bests and notable recent performances   Beyond the Stats Isabella’s African name originates from Kenyan Kisii tribe and…

Julius-Arile

Julius Arile

Julius Arile, Kenya 2012 Honolulu Marathon:  5th (2:15:17) Placed 4th in the 2013 New York City Marathon (2:10:03) Lives in Eldoret, Kenya (altitude 2,150m above sea level) DOB: July 15, 1983 Personal Bests and Notable Performaces   Beyond the stats Julius’ African name originates from Kenyan Kalenjin people and Pokot tribe and simplified meaning of…

Entry Statistics

In 1995, the Honolulu Marathon was the world’s largest marathon with 34,434 entrants and 27,022 finishers    

Records

Honolulu Marathon Records        

History

Winners and Top 10 Places by Year   Click on the year for a race report and a list of the top 10 finishers and the wheelchair champions in that year.    

Valentina Galimova

Galimova wins with late surge

Valentina Galimova sprinted away from defending champion Woynishet Girma six-tenths of a mile from the finish line to win the Honolulu Marathon women’s racer on Sunday. Her time was two hours, 31 minutes and 23 seconds, which was a minute ahead of Girma of Ethiopia, whose time was 2:32:22. American Stephanie Rothstein-Bruce of Flagstaff, Ariz.,…

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Runners turn out for marathon Luau-Concert

Regine Schultz-Langerhaus says she really can’t compare the Honolulu Marathon with the other 107 marathons she has run. “The many Japanese and Americans makes it different but enjoyable for us. It’s also warm; often it’s cold for the races in Germany,” she said while enjoying the music and food at the marathon’s annual concert and…